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• Kenzo x H&M II •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Crop Top: Kenzo x H&M
Skirt: Beth Ditto “Lola”
High Heels: Zara
Hat: C&A
Sunglasses: Céline “Marta Small”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Influence top,
ASOS top, ASOS Curve skirt,
ASOS skirt, ASOS Curve skirt,
Brixton hat, AJ Morgan sunnies,
ASOS earrings

Yeah, I’m currently doing a few series, I guess. There’s not only one piece missing in my Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean trilogy but I also still had this amazing crop top from H&M’s last designer collaboration in my closet waiting for spring – so here we are! :)

Even though we’ve been fighting a lot for plus size acceptance (in fashion), crop tops are still an issue. I totally understand if it’s simply not someone’s taste to show your tummy, but it’s also important to accept if someone wants to wear cropped clothes – and yes, this also includes fat women. Because there’s no such thing as “this is only reserved for skinny girls”. ;)

I liked many pieces of the collection with Kenzo but this print was my favorite, that’s why I bought two pieces with it – this crop top and, as you already know, → this dress. I’ll definitely be wearing the dress again this spring/summer because it’s so light and easy to wear, but this top is also super cool and will be a great addition to any other skirt or jeans. We already had a few warm days here but it’s currently super disgusting outside, rainy and cold, and I really hope that the sun comes back as soon as possible – I can’t take this bad weather anymore!

• Kenzo x H&M •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Coat: Marina Rinaldi (vintage)
Dress: Kenzo x H&M
Boots: Vince Camuto
Bag: Gucci “Soho” Disco Bag
Sunglasses: Marc Jacobs
Earrings: Chanel
Bracelet: Hermès

Here we go – time for the first “real” outfit of the new year! I’ve saved this dress for a special post because it’s so amazing! When the Kenzo x H&M collection was launched, I was pretty sad that there were only the usual “small” sizes available – but there were a few oversized pieces which could definitely been bought and worn by plus-sized women. Like this dress! This is a EU size 40 and still huge enough for me to wear it like it’s supposed to be worn – oversized. It’s also my favorite print of the collection and I love the combination with black.

While I usually love wearing figure-hugging clothes or add a belt to make them look like it, this time, I felt like wearing a belt would ruin the whole look (even though it’s kind of cool too), so I went for the original style and yes, I love it. I feel like as a plus-sized woman people will keep saying that wearing something oversized isn’t flattering, while they’ll also scream when you can see my body (happens all the time…). So there’s no way to please everyone – and it shouldn’t be your primary mission when dressing. So here’s a resolution for the new year: if you like it – wear it. Nothing new on this blog, but I feel like I can’t say it often enough – and I want you all to promise me that you’ll stick to this resolution! Stop wearing stuff recommended by people who don’t even know you (uh, magazines – forget them!) just to please them. Stop wearing stuff that you think will make people stop thinking badly of you when you don’t even like the clothes. If you feel like wearing something that draws attention to you – wear it! If you feel like wearing something oversized that will make you look huge – wear it! If you feel like wearing something that will show every little chubby part of your body – wear it! It’s your choice – never forget this! ♥

• Naomie, Paige & Kenzo •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Blazer: Kenzo
Top: Rue 107 “Naomie”
Skirt: Rue 107 “Paige”
High Heels: YSL “Tribute”
Hat: H&M Divided
Sunglasses: Dior “So Real”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Ring: YSL Arty Ring
Alternatives: ASOS skirt,
ASOS top, ASOS top,
Nina Shoes heels, ASOS hat,
Pieces sunglasses

Today’s look is all about that navy blue combo, consisting of the bralette and midi skirt. The skirt is extremely awesome, since it’s pretty heavy and therefore falls very nicely (and in one of the pictures it somehow even looks like culottes – and I like it!). The bralette can be worn differently, you don’t need to cross it in front, it’s actually a simple halterneck top, but I decided that for this look it looked even better crossed. :)

It was still pretty warm when we shot these pictures (in November, oops!), but already cold enough to need a jacket. The blazer was exactly what I needed that day (I’m actually a bit more unsusceptible to cold temperatures than average), but now it will definitely start to get warmer – depending on where you live or are right now. ;)

Outfit ♥ Green x Black x Orange

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Jacket: Kenzo (via TK Maxx)
Dress: Zara
Belt: bonprix
Peep-Toes: Jaimie Jacobs (designed by me)
Bag: Reed Krakoff Micro Boxer
Sunglasses: Thierry Lasry “Suggesty”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior” Tribal Earrings
Bracelets: Hermès, Fendi
Ring: YSL Arty Ring
Alternatives: ASOS blouse, ASOS dress, Liebeskind Berlin belt, Peter Kaiser peep-toes, Kiomi pumps, River Island bag, ASOS sunglasses, Royal RepubliQ bracelet, New Look ring

DEDas Jäckchen, mit dem alles anfing… Eigentlich sollte ich ja langsam mal über meine TK Maxx-Eskapaden schweigen, weil es sicher langweilig wird – aber das erste Teil kann man ja doch mal kurz erwähnen, oder? Denn es war mein erster Besuch dort und dann gleich sowas Schönes! Liebe auf den ersten Blick (ich meine: es ist grün, ich kann gar nicht anders!), lediglich ein etwas lockererer Knopf (den ich daheim ganz zackig festgenäht habe), Kenzo (erklärt sich von selbst) und mehr als über die Hälfte reduziert – komm’ zu Mama! :) Seitdem schwirre ich natürlich besonders in der “Gold Label”-Abteilung rum und suche nach Designerstücken (shame on me, früher hat mal Aldi gereicht, hm – aber Mode ist ja, was man daraus macht!), die wirklich günstiger sind. :) Das funktioniert natürlich größentechnisch nicht immer ganz so leicht (so wie ich das sehe, sind da auch viele Sample-Teile in den üblichen Größen dabei, die größeren Größen sind vor allem auch mal “Zweite Wahl” oder haben tatsächlich einen kleinen Fehler), aber ab und zu findet man wirklich einen Schatz – oder geht die Sonnenbrillenabteilung penibel durch (ja, ich bin ein kleiner Freak, aber ihr wisst ja – ich liebe Sonnenbrillen!) und findet tatsächlich auch mal was von Dior oder Givenchy (allerdings ist das dann meistens doch sooooo krass “last season”, also eher von vor 10 Jahren, dass es nicht wirklich gut aussieht). Ja, ich beichte an der Stelle, dass ich bei TK Maxx zu einem kleinen Markenschwein mutiert bin, aber nur, um die Einzelstücke natürlich mit H&M, Zara und Co. zu kombinieren – oder mit anderen tollen Schnäppchen (so wie die Tasche bei diesem Outfit!). Womit wir dann auch beim heutigen Look wären…

Wenn ich etwas kaufe, dann natürlich nicht blind und nur, weil es reduziert und/oder vom Designer ist, sondern mache mir noch vor Ort Gedanken, wie ich das Teil denn kombinieren kann. Im Bestfall überlege ich mir gleich drei Outfits, denn nur für ein Mal was kaufen wäre ziemlich dumm (und so viel Geld habe ich dann auch nicht übrig, um nonstop nur neuen Kram für ein paar Stunden zu tragen und dann wieder wegzuhängen). Bei meinem kleinen Kenzo-Liebling hatte ich sofort eine Kleiderkombi im Kopf – schwarz natürlich, damit es einen gebührenden Auftritt bekommt. :) Ich hab’ da aber auch noch was mit Jeans im Hinterkopf und (auch wenn es eventuell nochmal shoppen erfordert… *hüstel*) eine zweite Kombi mit Kleid. Auf jeden Fall wollte ich noch eine zweite Farbe einbringen und dachte mir, dass Orange genau richtig ist und so komplettierte ich den Look mit meiner Mini-Tasche, bei der ich den langen Schulterriemen mal abgemacht habe – wirkt etwas mehr ladylike und nicht ganz so “Kindergarten”, denn klein genug ist das Täschchen ja schon. :)

ENThe jacket that started it all… Actually, I should stop writing about my TK Maxx escapades as it’s probably becoming pretty boring – but I think it’s okay to talk about the first piece, right? It was my first visit to the store and I instantly found something so beautiful! Love at first sight (I mean, it’s green, I just couldn’t resist!), only one button that was a little loose (at home, I immediately fixed it), Kenzo (well, that’s self-explanatory) and more than half the price off – mine! :) Since that day, I love to browse through the “Gold Label” section, searching for designer pieces (shame on me, when I was little, clothing from discount stores was absolutely enough – but fashion is what you make of it!) which are affordable. :) That’s not always that easy with bigger sizes (as I’ve seen it, there seem to be many sample-sized clothes, but plus-sized stuff is mostly “second-class quality” or has some small defects), but from time to time you can really find some little treasures – or you can fastidiously scan the sunglasses section (yup, I’m a freak, but you know me – I love sunglasses!) and dig up something from Dior or Givenchy (but actually those are soooo “last season”, like from ten years ago, and really not looking good anymore). Okay, I have to confess that TK Maxx made me a little brand whore – but only to combine designer pieces with H&M, Zara and Co., or other great bargains (like this post’s bag!). So here we are: today’s outfit…

When I go shopping, I don’t just buy anything because it’s cheaper and/or from a designer. I like to think about (before buying) how I can combine it. Best case scenario: I come up with three outfits. Buying something to wear it only once is pretty stupid (and I don’t have that much money left to constantly buy new stuff and only wear it once for a few hours and then hide it in my closet). So I instantly had a dress combo in mind for my Kenzo darling – of course it had to be black for an appropriate appearance. :) But I still have another two ideas, one including jeans and another one with a dress. Anyways, I wanted to bring in another color and went for orange, which I think goes just perfectly with green, and that’s how I completed my look with my mini bag, for which I removed the shoulder strap to make it look more lady-like instead of “kindergarten” (the bag is small enough for that association, right?). :)